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Old 02-26-2021, 04:48 AM   #1
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Default Recording Vinyl to Digital - How Do We Remove "Rumble?"

Hello everyone,

I have finally recently gotten a new rig together for recording vinyl records to digital. My original setup was stolen and I finally have things back together. I make some beautiful recordings and use minimal software tinkering for the final result. I like to use ACID Pro for the recording. DAK's DePopper program does a great job, except one thing. I can't find a setting in the program that eliminates the "turntable rumble" that occurs in the level meters and is audible when turned up a bit.

Does anyone have a suggestion for software, or a setting in my existing programs, to remove the rumble?

Please let me know and thank you for reading!
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I've used Izotope Ozone for unrelated issues. The multiband compressor also has a gate, you can use that to eliminate frequencies under 100Hz or so under a certain level. I'm actually just about to try out this technique myself for my own vinyl's!
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I think Audacity has a filter which might help. I think you sample a "quiet" patch with the rumble present and one of the filters can map out that frequency through the rest of the recording.
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